A new book from Tai Ming Cheung, “Innovate to Dominate: The Rise of the Chinese Techno-Security State,” examines the convergence of national security, innovation and economic development in China, detailing the country’s long-term strategies to unseat the U.S. in the world order.
It’s already been a big year for Algeon Materials, a biotechnology company creating sustainable, biodegradable alternatives to plastic from kelp. It recently completed its journey with the inaugural cohort of the startBlue Accelerator Program, an eight-month incubator for blue-tech startups.
This spring, the collection welcomed a new creative leader: curator, writer and art project manager Jessica Berlanga Taylor. As director of the Stuart Collection, she is responsible for the growth and conservation of the diverse works.
As we begin Mental Health Awareness Month, we sat down with Reina Juarez, the director of Counseling and Psychological Services, to learn about how she and her team have helped students maintain peace of mind in a world that presents constant stressors.
A Q&A with Chris Johnson, a Landscape Sustainability Worker at UC San Diego. Johnson’s career has evolved to follow his passion for sustainable practices. He’s been involved in everything from helping with the student gardens, hosting regular campus tree tours as well as growing and planting trees.
Student Community Service Officers have supported safety on our campus for more than 40 years. To learn more about what it’s like to work as a CSO, we spoke to Dianna Lopez, a third-year student majoring in psychology who has been working as a CSO for nearly one year.
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